|Alvin Poole (#47244491)|
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Frenchtown Catholic Cemet...
Howlett or Lee Cemetery
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|Paul Rolfe||Clark cemetery|
ALvin, I found the answer for you. Telephone Mr. John Batt (pronounced "bott" as in bottle) at (712) 328-4650. He is in the City's Parks Department. I spoke to him moments ago and he said to just have you call him. Paul
|Paul Rolfe||Clark Cemetery|
I believe the city took over custody - by default I think since it was a family cemetery originally. If you will give me a day or two I may be able to better answer your question since I have a meeting tomorrow morning with someone who will either know, or can tell me who does. Do you have questions regarding the cemetery and/or occupants, or just the question of access?
|Beth M||RE: Sarah J Resseguie|
Hello Mr. Poole,
I apologize but I realized after I posted the photo that it was Susan's memorial plaque and not Sarah's. It was the first time I had used the new phone app.
I noticed my error when I got home to check the quality of the photos using my laptop. So I deleted the picture.
However, by claiming the photo and fulfilling the request I could no longer see who had requested the photo and could not let them know of my error.
I had taken pictures of all the memorials in the Resseguie family plot. Sarah's was not in the same location. If you have additional information, I would be happy to go out and look again.
Added by Beth M on Apr 04, 2014 7:04 PM
|Sue Tanner||RE: Thomas Rudd|
Hi Alvin, I agree. I can ask and see if he has a headstone. Even if he does, the longer ago he died the greater the chance that it is covered over by lots and lots of pine needles. There is no care given to those buried in the non-endowed lawns.
If his marker is a flat marker then it would not take very much for it to become overgrown with flowers and pine needles.
Any other questions, call Greenwood at 509-327-6666
They are very helpful. Sue
|anonymous||RE: Lewis Family|
You're welcome. Yes, go ahead and use the photos. I would be honored. Chris
|Pam Cass||RE: Ethel Huff & Ernest Kuykendall|
The photos came from the Amador County Cemetery Boards website for the Drytown City Cemetery. I didn't think the photo was very good of Ethal and Ernest Kuykendall actually - I told them that also. And suggested that they take new photos, since they don't seem to want people visiting the cemetery. This cemetery is by appointment only - which I tried to make but they told me to just use the photos from the website. So, yes you can use the photos on your Ancestry.com but you don't need to give me credit - I guess you could say, Courtesy of the Amador County Cemetery Board?
Added by Pam Cass on Mar 20, 2014 6:00 PM
|Titania||RE: Howard Avery McClelland|
You are welcome to use the photo as you wish. There is no need to credit me. Thanks!
Added by Titania on Mar 20, 2014 5:08 PM
|katsand||RE: Schicketanz Family|
Yes you may use the photos
Added by katsand on Mar 20, 2014 3:13 PM
|Marson||RE: Sarah Roddy|
You are very welcome! Yes, you may use it, I would be honored!
Added by Marson on Mar 20, 2014 12:59 PM
|Ken Snyder||RE: Vernon S Lewis|
I moved the picture for Vernon Lewis to the correct Vernon Lewis (I hope!) Sorry about that.
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